• Can I get in trouble with the kind of porn I’ve watched?

    the odds that anyone could get your Internet browsing history is tiny. They would have to access your physical PC to get it. That you posted on one of the most popular sites on the Internet that you go to those sites is a major issue. Anyone can get that information. You may want to delete this question ASAP or it will be out there for the rest... show more
    the odds that anyone could get your Internet browsing history is tiny. They would have to access your physical PC to get it. That you posted on one of the most popular sites on the Internet that you go to those sites is a major issue. Anyone can get that information. You may want to delete this question ASAP or it will be out there for the rest of your life to haunt you.
    5 answers · Law & Ethics · 1 day ago
  • Two phrases one meaning?

    In English, it is proper to place the adjective before the noun. We say "brown cow" not "cow brown." While the phrases "rain relaxing sound" and "relaxing rain sound" mean the same thing. the standard grammar rule is that you put the adjective first ("relaxing rain sound".) "Relaxing water... show more
    In English, it is proper to place the adjective before the noun. We say "brown cow" not "cow brown." While the phrases "rain relaxing sound" and "relaxing rain sound" mean the same thing. the standard grammar rule is that you put the adjective first ("relaxing rain sound".) "Relaxing water and rain sound" is the correct way to say this phrase.
    2 answers · Teaching · 1 day ago
  • Thought on women not taking their husband s last name?

    Either is socially acceptable. Which you do has to be a decision that you both reach together. You also have the option of using the hyphenated last name "legally" but his last name "casually" when you introduce yourself, etc. We have a similar situation that our daughter has two children with different fathers and she opted... show more
    Either is socially acceptable. Which you do has to be a decision that you both reach together. You also have the option of using the hyphenated last name "legally" but his last name "casually" when you introduce yourself, etc. We have a similar situation that our daughter has two children with different fathers and she opted to legally keep them with different last names on their legal records, but introduces both of them with the same hyphenated last name in casual society.
    12 answers · Marriage & Divorce · 1 day ago
  • Is it true that most countries don’t put all their tax revenue in their militaries like America does?

    Currently military spending is 15% of the US budget. Social Security is 24% of the US budget Medicaid, Medicare, and other health care programs (including Obamacare) is 26% of the US budget Other social safety net programs (such as Food Stamps) is 9% of the budget So 59% of the budget is social programs to help out the poor and needy 15% of the... show more
    Currently military spending is 15% of the US budget. Social Security is 24% of the US budget Medicaid, Medicare, and other health care programs (including Obamacare) is 26% of the US budget Other social safety net programs (such as Food Stamps) is 9% of the budget So 59% of the budget is social programs to help out the poor and needy 15% of the budget is for military The US spends about $4 for social programs for every $` it spends on the military That would indicate that your premise that "all the tax revenue" goes to the military is false. While the US does spend the most money on the military of any country, it also has the most money to spend on the military. It spends about 3.1% of its GNP on the military, while other countries (such as Russia) spend a higher percentage of their GNP on the military.
    16 answers · Politics · 1 day ago
  • What do men think of women who walk faster than them?

    Best answer: This ight come as a surprise to you. but men are individuals. So each is going to have their own individual feeling about a woman walking faster than them. And that feeling will be different in different situations. If I was walking down the street and someone passed me (male or female) I probably would not think anything of it. If I... show more
    Best answer: This ight come as a surprise to you. but men are individuals. So each is going to have their own individual feeling about a woman walking faster than them. And that feeling will be different in different situations. If I was walking down the street and someone passed me (male or female) I probably would not think anything of it. If I was walking with a person (male and female) and they keep speeding away from me, I would probably find it rude. If I was hurrying down a street and got behind someone slower than me (male or female) it would probably find that rude. (Just as they might find it rude that I was try to speed around them.) I my case, I have reached the age where just about everyone walks faster than me. So it is not an issue 99% of the time. So no one answer to this question. Too many different variables.
    8 answers · Psychology · 1 day ago
  • Does this sentence need a comma?

    Remove the opening clause and read the sentence: "I'm in the seat of the senior med student interviewing incoming freshmen" I see no need to have a comma in that sentence. Adding the opening clause does not add a need for a comma.
    Remove the opening clause and read the sentence: "I'm in the seat of the senior med student interviewing incoming freshmen" I see no need to have a comma in that sentence. Adding the opening clause does not add a need for a comma.
    3 answers · Words & Wordplay · 1 day ago
  • Is garlic good with spaghetti?

    Garlic is a popular ingredient for flavoring spaghetti. We like to have garlic bread along with Spaghetti. Where it is "good" is a matter of personal taste.
    Garlic is a popular ingredient for flavoring spaghetti. We like to have garlic bread along with Spaghetti. Where it is "good" is a matter of personal taste.
    17 answers · Cooking & Recipes · 1 day ago
  • Do you honestly believe you've never said something derogatory towards a race, religion or opposite sex in your entire life?

    What is concerned to "derogatory" has changed over the decades that I have been alive. A word that was considered to be perfectly acceptable for a particular race or religion can come to be considered derogatory. So I have said words that in the 50's or 60's were the commonly accepted and proper word for something, that today... show more
    What is concerned to "derogatory" has changed over the decades that I have been alive. A word that was considered to be perfectly acceptable for a particular race or religion can come to be considered derogatory. So I have said words that in the 50's or 60's were the commonly accepted and proper word for something, that today would be considered derogatory. I have tried to never say anything that I knew to be derogatory about someone else. But as the standard of what is derogatory changes every few years, and what each individual considers to be derogatory is different, I do not know that it is possible to go your whole life without every once saying something that someone could take as derogatory.
    15 answers · Psychology · 1 day ago
  • Was I insulted here?

    Probably. Byt the guys were idiots so why do you care what they think? Is it worth stewing over for hours because some bullies tried to have a laugh at your expense? Realize that they are the ones with a problem - their rude idiots - and let it go.
    Probably. Byt the guys were idiots so why do you care what they think? Is it worth stewing over for hours because some bullies tried to have a laugh at your expense? Realize that they are the ones with a problem - their rude idiots - and let it go.
    2 answers · Mental Health · 1 day ago
  • Should I go to a public school?

    So you think the kids in a public shool are going to be friendly or nicer then your current school? Dream on Having switch school several times over the year because of my father's job requiring us to move often, I know what it is to be the "new kid" at a school. It is not fun. YOu will find that people are exactly the same... show more
    So you think the kids in a public shool are going to be friendly or nicer then your current school? Dream on Having switch school several times over the year because of my father's job requiring us to move often, I know what it is to be the "new kid" at a school. It is not fun. YOu will find that people are exactly the same wherever you go. If you have social anxiety at your current school, you will still have those anxieties at the new school. They will transfer with you since they are part of you. The solution is not to change the school but to change you. IF you want friends, find something that interest you and get involved in a club or group that does that. Start being the one who is friendly and you will attract friends. The average person might have two or three close friends in their whole life, and a handful of casual friends. And that is about it. Seeking to have hundreds of friends and being popular is an unrealistic goal. Rather look for one or two people who share interest with you, reach out to them and offer friendship, and you will be better off then trying to start over in mass of unknown people.
    2 answers · Mental Health · 1 day ago
  • When I press my ear I can hear click. Like a computer mouse click? Anyone knows what's that ?

    Pressure on your ear drum that you brain interprets as a "click". I am deaf, but I can make "noises" like that by putting pressure on my ear. While I look that nerves that transfer sound to my ear drum normally, I can make sounds by putting pressure on the ear that is transfer to the drum.
    Pressure on your ear drum that you brain interprets as a "click". I am deaf, but I can make "noises" like that by putting pressure on my ear. While I look that nerves that transfer sound to my ear drum normally, I can make sounds by putting pressure on the ear that is transfer to the drum.
    6 answers · Other - General Health Care · 1 day ago
  • Can all the people who died prior to the birth of Jesus be forgiven? How? Aren't all those people dead? How can they "accept Jesus"?

    The Bible actually gives a very detailed answer to that question. In Hebrew chapter 11 we have a list of people who lived before Jesus who were "saved." And just like those who lived after the time of Jesus, they were saved "by faith." We are saved by looking back to what Jesus did. They were saved by looking ahead to what... show more
    The Bible actually gives a very detailed answer to that question. In Hebrew chapter 11 we have a list of people who lived before Jesus who were "saved." And just like those who lived after the time of Jesus, they were saved "by faith." We are saved by looking back to what Jesus did. They were saved by looking ahead to what he would do. While they may not have had the name "Jesus" (even though it is used several times to refer to the coming Messiah before Jesus was born), and they may not have all the details of how his salvation would work, they have a faith in God and that he would forgive sin. And by the faith they were saved.
    20 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 days ago
  • How much does a 400 page hardback book weigh?

    Depends on the cover, type of paper used, dimensions of the book (hardback books come in many sizes), etc. There is no one weight for all hardback books.
    Depends on the cover, type of paper used, dimensions of the book (hardback books come in many sizes), etc. There is no one weight for all hardback books.
    3 answers · Books & Authors · 2 days ago
  • Question about keeping the Sabbath. Why do churches knowing the Sabbath day was changed to Sunday instead of Saturday continue to honor it?

    It is interesting to note that all of the 10 Commandments are repeated at some point in the writings of the apostles as applying to Christians with one exception. The commandment about keeping the Sabbath is not repeated anywhere by the apostles. Rather Paul in his letters to the Galatians and the Romans make strong arguments about why as... show more
    It is interesting to note that all of the 10 Commandments are repeated at some point in the writings of the apostles as applying to Christians with one exception. The commandment about keeping the Sabbath is not repeated anywhere by the apostles. Rather Paul in his letters to the Galatians and the Romans make strong arguments about why as Christians we are NOT required to keep the Sabbath Day. the author of the book of Hebrews also writes about how the Sabbath was fulfilled by what Jesus did through his death and resurrection, and is replaced by a "better rest." Interesting that Christians today do not ask why we do not keep the Passover, which is commanded just like the Sabbath, and which is supposed to be passed down to every generation just like the Sabbath. But 99% of Christians see the Passover as fulfilled by Jesus and replaced with Communion. But then they get all confused about keeping the Sabbath, when it also was fulfilled by Jesus and has been replaced by the Lord's Day on the first day of the week. Paul, in his first letter to the Corinthian church, writes in chapter 16 about how they should remember to take up a collection for the poor in Jerusalem when they are meeting on the first day of the week. Even as far back as 55 AD when Paul wrote that (only 15 years after the crucifixion) the church was already worshipping on Sundays, not Saturdays. The Sabbath was a commanded to be a day on which no one worked, no one was allowed to travel, and was to spend with the family. There is no mention anywhere of the Sabbath being a time for worship services. There is no mention f the idea of going to synagogue, etc. That came centuries later. While the Christian Lord's Day was celebrated with people traveling to worship service (forbidden on the Sabbath), preparing a shared meal (forbidden on the Sabbath) and fellowshipping with other believers outside of the physical family (forbidden on the Sabbath).. The answer is simple. The Lord's Day is not the Sabbath. Christians are never told to keep the Sabbath (and in fact the apostle taught AGAINST keeping it and that those who did were immature in their faith). ANd it serves a totally different purpose. The Sabbath was a day of rest. The Lord's Day is a day of worship. So no one "changed" the Sabbath to Sunday. Rather the Lord's Day is an entirely different celebration related to the Sabbath.
    47 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 days ago
  • A boy has x nickels. If he has 3 more nickels than dimes, represent the value of money in cents.?

    X is the number of nickel Y is the number of dimes that he has. Y = X-3 since he has three less dimes that nickels The total amount he has is X + Y To find the cents you need to conversion the nickels and dimes into pennies 5X is the value of the nickels he has (since each nickel is worth 5 cents) 10Y is the value of the dimes since each dime is... show more
    X is the number of nickel Y is the number of dimes that he has. Y = X-3 since he has three less dimes that nickels The total amount he has is X + Y To find the cents you need to conversion the nickels and dimes into pennies 5X is the value of the nickels he has (since each nickel is worth 5 cents) 10Y is the value of the dimes since each dime is worth 10 cents 10(X-3) is another way of stating the value of the dimes 5X + 10(X-3) is the total value of dimes and nickels 5X + 10X +-30 15X - 30 is the value of his nickels and dimes in cents.
    7 answers · Mathematics · 3 days ago
  • Why do Muslim women wear a hijab in front of gay men but not other women?

    The really questions should be that is you have respect for this person on their beliefs (like you would want them to respect for you and your lifestyle) why would you want them to change who they are and what they believe for you? Just as you would want them to respect who you are, so you need to respect who they are. It may make no sense to you,... show more
    The really questions should be that is you have respect for this person on their beliefs (like you would want them to respect for you and your lifestyle) why would you want them to change who they are and what they believe for you? Just as you would want them to respect who you are, so you need to respect who they are. It may make no sense to you, but that does not mean you do not respect them.
    9 answers · Ramadan · 3 days ago
  • Do you think Celtic will win tonight?

    Only if they score more points then their opponent.
    Only if they score more points then their opponent.
    5 answers · Scottish Football · 3 days ago
  • Did the Aramaic of Jesus' milieu have 3 genders? If so, did the genders correspond to reality. I mean, were all inanimate objects neuter?

    Like in English, there are only two genders, male and female. But also like in English there is a "genderless" pronoun. In English that is "it". Something referred to as "it" is not assisted a gender. And like in English, object that are actually genderless can be tradition be referred as a male or female. Such as... show more
    Like in English, there are only two genders, male and female. But also like in English there is a "genderless" pronoun. In English that is "it". Something referred to as "it" is not assisted a gender. And like in English, object that are actually genderless can be tradition be referred as a male or female. Such as ships being referred to as female, or a person whose gender is unknown being referred as male (King's English.) If you are looking to try to argue that Jesus allowed for more genders then male or female in his teachings, you will not find any such thing in Aramaic. But even if there was, all of the sayings of Jesus are recorded for us in Greek and not Aramaic, so we have no way of knowing what Aramaic pronoun Jesus might have used for something. Only the male or female pronouns of Greek.
    3 answers · Languages · 3 days ago
  • Why do Christians think that the context of slavery in the Bible has any relevance when determining its moral value?

    What we normally think of as "slavery" - where one person owns another for life - was forbidden on the Old Testament laws. Kidnapping someone to sell them into slavery was a crime and you were executed for doing it. What the Old Testament law did allow, and was called "slavery" was for a person to contract himself to another... show more
    What we normally think of as "slavery" - where one person owns another for life - was forbidden on the Old Testament laws. Kidnapping someone to sell them into slavery was a crime and you were executed for doing it. What the Old Testament law did allow, and was called "slavery" was for a person to contract himself to another for seven years in exchange for the forgiveness of his debts and the return of any foreclosed properties. During that time he was clothed, feed and sheltered by the contract owner, and at the end of his contract he received wages for his work. You do have to pay attention to the "context". That is the culture and society in which the "slavery:" took place, or you will mistaken what the Bible refers to in the Old Testament was slavery with what was practice 3000 years later in the southern USA. They are not the same thing. You ignore context, and you came away with ignorant ideas.
    12 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 days ago
  • BUYING A PHONE IN CANADA PLEASE HELP !?

    Best answer: Every phone company/brand does things differently. For what you listed, it sounds like this brand/company is wanting you to make a one time payment to actually purchase the physical phone. It is then yours and you get to keep it forever. Then they charge you a monthly fee for providing service to that phone. Normally you are billed... show more
    Best answer: Every phone company/brand does things differently. For what you listed, it sounds like this brand/company is wanting you to make a one time payment to actually purchase the physical phone. It is then yours and you get to keep it forever. Then they charge you a monthly fee for providing service to that phone. Normally you are billed each month for the monthly fee. Some companies mail the bill, some text it to your phone and some email it to you. (And so do all three.) Depending on your contract, that monthly fee may be all you ever pay. While other contracts give you lower fee, but then charge you more if you go over a certain number of texts or calls, or over a certain amount of usage of the internet. Depends on your contract. Usually there will be a sales person where you purchase the phone. They will be able to explain the different options to you.
    2 answers · Mobile Phones & Plans · 3 days ago